SCHULER TUNING CHARACTERISTICS IN NAVIGATIONAL INSTRUMENTS

Walter Wrigley

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Abstract: This paper is based eswritially on an article by Max Schuler(l) that appeared in 1923. Although Schuler’s article must have been reasonably well known on the European contincant, judging by subsequent articles on the same subject (2).(3),(4), it has been relatively unknown in America until recently, and is not widely knolr II even IKJM . Accordingly, it seems desirable to bring this article to the more general attention of navigators, particularly since one of their main instruments, namely the gyrocompass, depends on the principles discovered b) Schuler for its operating success.
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 2, Number 8
Pages: 282 - 290
Cite this article: Wrigley, Walter, "SCHULER TUNING CHARACTERISTICS IN NAVIGATIONAL INSTRUMENTS", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 2, No. 8, 1950, pp. 282-290.
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